Category Archives: September 11, 2001

How is the ‘war on terror’ supposed to end? – the ‘hunt for the phantom enemy’

I’ve always wondered how the ‘war on terror’ supposed to end.  Will there be a ‘peace treaty’?  Who will sign it? Will someone be overthrown?  Who is that exactly? Will a country be taken over?  Which country? When will this … Continue reading

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Some thoughts 10 years after 9-11

My general feelings 1o  years later is that, though 9-11 was a tragedy, we shouldn’t glorify it by making endless memorials, remembrances, and so on.  The reason why is simple:   Look at what the U.S. did to the world as a reaction to … Continue reading

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This is one of the ways I describe the U.S.’s reaction to 9-11:

Imagine that there is a very anti-communist group in the U.S.  They are willing to do violent things to show how they feel.  We all know that there is a lot of anti-communist sentiment in the U.S.  It’s well documented … Continue reading

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Was 9-11 overreacted and overplayed?

My worthless and unprofessional American opinion:  Yes . . . to the point of being ridiculous . . .  and to the point of being a crime. Here’s some of my thoughts on the matter, if anyone is interested: I … Continue reading

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